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. >> in cities across the country, this scene plays out every day. i saw it myself on a ride-along with lieutenant john fisk of the seattle fire department. >> three dilaudid, two methadone. >> this patient's dose, an anti-seizure medication and a couple of powerful painkillers. >> he may have stockpiled some of his own and taken it afterwards. >> it's called stacking, prescription pills stacked on top of other pills, each one amplifying the previous one's effect. >> i'd say it probably began about ten years ago. >> dr. steven anderson, an e.r. doctor in washington state, sees the end result of stacking virtually every time he goes to work. >> i've taken two vicodin before, no problem. i've taken a valium to sleep before. no problem. i've had a couple of drinks before. no problem. but all of a sudden, you add all of those into the same scenario, and it adds up and causes the complications. >> you're talking about, when you say stacking, sounds like it is making it exponentially worse. >> exactly. >> here's why. pop a pain pill, and you get relief. at the same time, your breat
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, there is one question you have to ask. can she keep it up? i asked sharon to meet me here in new york city. you know, cooking at home is one thing, but eating on the road, eating on the run, well, that is quite another. as the old saying goes, if her diet can make it here, it can make it anywhere. 46th and broadway, please. sharon, how are you? all right, so here is another restaurant. >> okay. >> i'm going to take some advice from you. you look at a menu like this, tell me what comes to your mind. >> the majority on there, i'm not going to eat. >> so you just -- >> i can have the baby spinach leaves, minus the chicken, i could have the peaches, the strawberries, forget the walnuts. >> is this a restaurant where you could eat a meal here? >> you bet i could. >> do you think this will help you live longer? >> well, i hope so i hope you get to see you retire. >> i have a feeling you will live a very long time, which i hope you do. >> i hope you do, too. you know what, if i don't live longer, i know i'm going to live more of a quality life. >>> coming up, former president bill clinton opens up abo
she keep it up? i asked sharon kintz to meet me here in new york city. cooking at home is one thing. eating on the road is quite another. as the old saying goes, if her diet can make it here, it can make it anywhere. 46th and broadway, please. sharon, how are you? i'm going to take advice from you. when you look at the menu, what comes to your mind. >> the majority on there, i'm not going to eat. >> you're focusing on salad? >> no. not really. i can have the baby spinach leaves minus the chicken, peaches, strawberry, forget the walnuts. >> is this as are straunlts you could eat. >> oh, yeah, you bet. if i was hungry, you bet i could. >> do you think this is going to make you live longer? >> i hope so. i hope i get to see you retire. >> i have a feeling you're going to have to live a very long time. which i hope you do. >> i hope i do too. i think, if it doesn't -- if i don't live longer, i know i'm going to live more of a quality life. >> coming up former president bill clinton opens up about his own bad heart ant his brush with deck and he tells me he's now a vegan. that's right. a
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